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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Stale Old Corn Chips: ooo la la...delish! on: December 31, 2004 11:53:22 AM
I got this general idea from Deborah Madison's cookbook Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone - really the only vegetarian cookbook anyone needs. I'm serious!

So today, I tried the these migas-style eggs for breakfast:

In a bowl, I covered some leftover stale corn chips (about a 1/2 cup) with soy milk. Added four beaten eggs and let them all soak together while I sauteed some other left over green pepper and veggie sausage. When the pepper was soft and the sausage browned I added the eggs and scrambled.

Served with a little grated pepper jack on top and couple dashes of Tapatio, and the old man was satisfied!
2  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Hubbard Squash - A YELLOW ALERT on: November 19, 2004 02:36:39 PM
Ummm it's these hubbard squashes, see. I have about 5 of them in my garden, and they're each about the size of a big turkey. Now, I've heard that these hubbards have some of the sweetest flesh and taste even better than pumpkin in pies, however having cooked squash before, I know they can be a real tough mother: impossible to peel and impossible to cut. How do I deal with squash of this girth?!

These are the solutions I've come up with so far:
1) Hacksaw
2) Sledge hammer and splitter
3) Drop it off the roof onto the side walk

These solutions seem awfully extreme, don't you think? Does anyone have a more rational way?

Thank you for your Christian charity,

Kitty
3  COOKING / Dessert / RED ALERT! Need Impressive Holiday Dessert Recipe! on: November 17, 2004 09:03:47 PM
Cripes! I've lost my pumpkin cheesecake recipe from Cook's Illustrated magazine, and Thanksgiving is BEARING DOWN upon us.

I desperatley need a solution--- a dessert recipe that is so impressive, guests will gorge themselves with seconds and thirds and fourths until they have to take their pants off they're so fat and delighted.

Does anyone have any suggestions that can accomplish this?
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